Romans 7:25, Pharisee Paul says he delights in the Law of God in his mind.
Okay, the Pharisee delights in the Law of God in his mind ... but
2 Corinthians 3:7, the evil Pharisee Paul says the Law of God is "death, written and engraved in stones, ...."
2 Corinthians 3:6 - God's law is the "letter that kills ...."
That is a strange thing, to delight in something that is called "death written in stones", that "kills". The evil Pharisee Paul delights in what he calls death written in stone? Delight in something that kills? The man is pathetic! A child of Hell, that's for sure!
If what Pharisee Paul states in the foregoing passages sounds like Devil-speak, you are correct. After all, Pharisees are of the Devil and the Devil hates the Law of God because it teaches people how to avoid being evil and wicked. The last thing Satan wants is for evil and wicked people to repent. He wants evil and wicked people to end up in Hell with him.
Matthew 5:17-20 "Think not that I have come to do away with the Law or the Prophets ... teach and do God's commandments...."
Psalm 19:7 "The Law of God is perfect converting the soul."
I do not know about you, but Matthew and Psalms leave no impression upon me that God's Law is death written in stone, the letter that kills. But then I am not a child of Hell, as Pharisee Paul is. Children of Hell have a different perspective on God.
Of course, God's law is perfect and does indeed convert souls, for, as an example, if one is a thief and reads God's commandment: Do Not Steal, and decides to listen to God and stop stealing, his soul is converted from being evil and wicked (a thief) to being a good person (or righteous). The term "righteous" is simply not being evil or wicked.
False premise promulgated by Pharisee doctrine is that those "saved by grace" become clean in mind, but remain dirty in deed because sin dwells in the flesh and it does the sinning (Romans 7:16-7:25)*. However, that is a lie for sin does not come from the flesh, but from the heart:
Matthew 15:19 "For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts...."
Now whereas, the evil Pharisee Paul says he awaits death of his body so he can be free of his "body of death" that is "captive to the law of sin" (Romans 7:23-7:25), Jesus says it is the heart that comes thoughts to do evil and the heart continues into the next life:
Matthew 6:20-21 "lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven ... for where your treasure is, there will be your heart also."
Jesus commands, stop sinning. According to the evil Pharisee Paul it impossible to stop doing evil because an entity "sin" dwells in the flesh and it [sin] does the sinning (Romans 7:17-7:19). Now, why would the all-loving Son of God tell people to stop sinning if Pharisee Paul was correct in that it is impossible to stop sinning because sin dwells in the flesh and it does the sinning? In fact, Jesus warns a man to stop sinning or something worse will happen to him:
John 5:8, 5:14 "Jesus said unto him, rise, take up your bed and walk .... Afterward Jesus found him in the Temple and said: behold you are made whole, sin no more or something worse will happen to you."
How mean and rotten Jesus would be to tell a man stop sinning or something worse will happen to him when, according to the doctrine of evil Pharisee Paul, sin dwells in the flesh and it does the sinning!
Of course, Jesus is not mean, not rotten, but the all-merciful, righteous, sinless, all-loving Son of God and he speaks truth, while the evil Pharisee Paul is a liar just like his father, the Devil. So when Jesus says: stop sinning, he is giving a command capable of being followed. Just as Jesus told the woman caught in adultery: I do not condemn you, now go and sin no more, John 8:11.
*Pharisee Paul gives himself a pass on committing evil deeds, but he expects his Gentile duped subjects to be holy in their body, to do nothing but good deeds - while Pharisee Paul cannot do good and can only do evil (Romans 7:16-7:25): Romans 15:18 "[I Paul have a mandate from God] to make those Gentiles obedient in word and deed".
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